Avista Utilities Journeyman Protection Control Meter Technician in Clark Fork, Idaho
Closes: December 10, 2023Salary: $61.38-$68.13 per hour, 4 year progression; Union
Job DescriptionTo verify correct connections of newly installed circuits in generating stations and substations and reports errors. To test generating equipment, measuring instruments and other components of the electrical system for proper operation and makes or suggests corrections where necessary. This position is the highest of a multistep progression from Apprentice P/C Meter Technician-1 to Journeyman P/C Meter Technician I and is expected to know all aspects of Journeyman P/C Meter Technician duties for the Company. Lower steps in this classification are expected to progress into all aspects of these duties.
RequirementsRequires Journeyman Level experience as P/C Meter Technician I, communication skills, basic and advanced electricity courses, basic electronics, and decision-making skills. Advanced electronics helpful. Requires valid driver's license, first aid certification and CPR competency. Other combinations of education/ experience may be considered.
Company provided housing may be available.
What's in it for you?
Located on the beautiful Clark Fork River Valley, in the Idaho panhandle, the Cabinet Gorge Hydroelectric Dam is situated in an outdoor paradise. This is a prime spot for someone who enjoys outdoor activities and a rural lifestyle. The Protection Control Meter Technician plays a significant role in the continuous operations of Avista’s hydroelectric generating facilities. Rewards come from being a team member that assists in providing timely solutions to issues as they arise, and pride in a job well done. Cabinet Gorge is a short 10-minute drive from Clark Fork, ID; 43 minutes from Sandpoint, ID; and about 2.5 hours from Spokane, WA.
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BenefitsAt Avista, we believe our employees are essential. Through them we deliver value to our customers and the communities we serve. The physical, mental, and financial health and well-being of our employees and their families are important to us. We are committed to offering a comprehensive total rewards program comprised of an externally competitive, internally equitable compensation structure and a benefits package that allows us to retain and attract a diverse, engaged, and skilled workforce. Our benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, life, and disability coverage, retirement benefits, incentive plans, wellness resources, time-off programs and much more. In addition to our total rewards program, the Pacific Northwest offers abundant outdoor recreation, four distinct seasons, and all the amenities and activities an individual or family might be interested in. To learn more, please visit our benefits website at https://avistabenefits.com/.
Pre-employment screening requirementsEmployment is contingent upon the successful completion of a drug test, background check and motor vehicle records review.
This position is considered safety-sensitive under the Department of Transportation regulations 49 CFR Part 40 and may be subject to pre-employment drug and/or alcohol testing as well as other testing and training requirements as mandated by federal law.
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